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Re: Can't Wait for the Ultimate Edition!
• Posted by: Will DeWitt Jr.   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, June 3, 2002, at 2:42 p.m.
• IP Address: 128.63.171.66.subscriber.vzavenue.net
• In Response to: Re: Can't Wait for the Ultimate Edition! (Eric)

> I'm a little worried about an Ultimate Edition... For TPM, didn't they
> just pull the music directly from the film rather than use the stuff the
> LSO actually recorded? If they do the same for this one, you may as well
> just buy the first release of AotC and the ultimate TPM... talk about
> buyer beware.

They did indeed.. I was very disappointed in TPM's Ultimate Edition. I mean, it's nice having the music as heard in the film as a reference to compare against I suppose, but any true 'Ultimate Edition' would likely have been four CD's in size, and included everything that old UE had, plus the first disc's content, plus the other recordings LSO made that got left out due to space considerations on the first soundtrack.

THAT would be an 'Ultimate Edition'. Sort of like what 20th Century Fox did with the original trilogy in that boxed set from a couple years (well, a decade or so) ago. Or what was done with the Special Edition re-releases. (Though that contained some new music, but two CD's per movie of original cues was a VERY nice thing.)




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